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"XEN Network", “We” refer to Xen World LLC and any website, product, API, or service owned and/or operated by Xen World LLC and/or its affiliates, and excludes its shareholders, owners, or operators.
"Blockchain" refers to a decentralized peer-to-peer network of computers (“Nodes”) running specialized software (“Node software”) providing storage and retrieval of information according to a predefined set of rules (a “Protocol”). The said information is commonly referred to as Blockchain “State” or “Global State”. Given their form as a network of collaborating Nodes, Blockchains are frequently referred to as “Networks”. When used in the context of the document, terms Blockchain and Network could be used interchangeably, excluding the term “XEN Network”.
“Ethereum” refers to a Blockchain running Node software developed in accordance with Ethereum Protocol (developed by and distributed by Ethereum Foundation).
“Address”, as related to a Blockchain, refers to a unique number (sometimes represented by a hex-formatted string) that is used to identify an account (a user-owned or internal to the Blockchain) which can be used to store and access information on the Blockchain. Address is typically derived by ways of cryptographic transformation of a public key, which, in turn, is derived from a private key known only to its owner. (Private and public keys are common terms related to asymmetric keys cryptography).
“Transaction”, as related to a Blockchain, refers to a digital message, constructed and formatted in a certain way as per Blockchain’ RPC (Remote Procedure Call) Protocol, which is cryptographically signed by the user's private key. Transactions are send to, distributed between Blockchain Nodes via peer-to-peer decentralized networks, and executed by Nodes in order to change Blockchain State.
“Wallet” or “Crypto Wallet”, as related to a Blockchain, refers to a class of software products (implemented as mobile apps, web apps, browser extensions, USB keys, etc.) that are used to store users’ private keys and sign transaction, other messages or any arbitrary data, as directed by user via UI and/or peripheral device(s). Wallet is typically protected by a pass-, seed or recovery phrase (a source of digital randomness or entropy) which is used to deterministically generate a number of accounts (private-public key pairs) with associated Addresses.
“Smart Contract” refers to a set of information stored in Blockchain State, along with the executable code that allows to change the State via incoming Transactions and read the State according to the [Smart Contract] Protocol. In the case of Ethereum and Ethereum-compatible Blockchains, the said code is run in a virtual compute environment called EVM (Ethereum Virtual Machine). Smart Contract Protocol is commonly made available to developers and users in a form of ABI (Application Binary Interface).
“DApp” (decentralized app) refers to a website, web app or mobile app that uses Blockchain (fully or partially) to store and access user information instead of a centralized database. XEN Network web app hosted at https://xen,network is a DApp.
“Coin” or “Native Coin”, as related to a Blockchain, refers to a unit of exchange created and supported by a Blockchain and held by its users. Primary function of any Blockchain is to transfer Coins from a user to another user. Coins of public Blockchains typically have names, e.g. Native Coin of Ethereum Blockchain is called ‘ether’.
“Testnet” refers to a test version (or versions) of a Blockchain which is usually a community-operated resource, typically run by Blockchain developers, backers and other enthusiasts. It mirrors main production Network (‘mainnet’) functionality except that it uses a ‘test’ version of Blockchain Native Coin. Testnet Coin is usually provided by ‘faucets’, web services where developers and test users can request a small amount of test Coin (usually in exchange for social network sharing, registration, etc.).
“Gas”, as related to a Blockchain (specifically Ethereum-compatible one), refers to a Blockchain resource-metering unit (‘cost’ of storage access and data compute). It’s necessary to prevent abuse of finite public resources provided by a Blockchain. ‘Cost’ of certain Blockchain operations (in gas units) is set by Blockchain Protocol. Every transaction submitted to Blockchain bears a certain gas amount due to process the transaction. Gas ‘price’ is nominated in Blockchain’s Native Coin and most frequently is set by the Blockchain algorithmically based on balancing of supply and demand (new pending transactions vs. Blockchain’s throughput). Gas ‘price’ is paid by the user submitting a transaction via the Blockchain deducting the due Transaction ‘cost’ (gas amount multiplied by gas ‘price) from the current user's Blockchain account holding Native Coins. In case of insufficient amount of Coins in the user's account to cover Transaction ‘cost’, Transaction is rejected by the Network.
“Token”, as related to Blockchain, refers to certain classes of Smart Contracts that can create (or “Mint”), transfer and destroy (or “Burn”) account records associated with user Address (or Addresses). Such records or Tokens could be ascribed any meaning and could represent anything as commonly agreed by the user base of the Smart Contract. In Ethereum-compatible blockchains there are several most common classes of Tokens designated by their respective interfaces and protocols - ERC-20 (or “Fungible Token”), ERC-721 (“Non-Fungible Token” or “NFT”) and ERC-1155 (“Semi-Fungible Token”). Property of fungibility in this context refers to the ability of two tokens to be indistinguishable from each other and therefore to be totally interchangeable.
“Web3”, “Web 3.0” refers colloquially to Blockchains, Blockchain Protocols, websites, and applications that interact with Blockchains and other types of decentralized databases and networks.
"You", "Your" refer to you, an individual who interacts with XEN Network.
NOTE: The “ ‘cost’ ” and “ ‘price’ ” terms (non-capitalized, used in text inside single quotes) are used throughout this document in an abstract manner and refer to a subjective ‘value’ of respective Blockchain-related concepts (Gas, Coin, Token, etc.) ascribed to these concepts by their Blockchain users. This subjective ‘value’ might have or might not have respective interpretation and/or denomination in terms of real-world legal tenders (currencies) or other assets.
UsageXEN Network allows you to interact with certain Smart Contracts deployed on Ethereum (or ‘Mainnet’) and other Ethereum-compatible Blockchains (“XEN Smart Contracts”) via interfaces and protocols provided by Ethereum and other respective Blockchains. Please note that due to the public nature of the Blockchains and Smart Contracts, other websites, apps, providers and computer scripts and tools can provide the same access and interaction with XEN Smart Contracts. XEN Network's main website (web app) is hosted on https://xen.network domain. XEN Network can also provide one or more testnet versions, hosted on https://testnet5.xen.network and other domains, as the case might be.
XEN Network provides the following core functions for its users:
- Connection to one or several supported Blockchain transactional interfaces (RPCs) via supported Wallets (installed as browser extensions or separate apps or implemented as hardware wallets (USB sticks, etc.),
- Display the current State of XEN Smart Contracts (parameters, counters, statistics, etc.),
- Provide UI controls (form fields and buttons) to input and validate various parameters of transactions allowed by XEN Smart Contracts interfaces,
- Provide interfaces with other software components (Wallets, Blockchains’ RPC interfaces) to facilitate transactions signature by the user and their submission to the selected Blockchain for execution.
XEN Network can provide the auxiliary functions and resources for its users, including but not limited to:
- General information about Blockchains where XEN Smart Contracts are deployed (or will be deployed),
- Educational information on essential concepts of Blockchain, such as Wallets, Addresses, Transactions, Smart Contracts, etc.,
- Online helper UI elements (tooltips, etc.) explaining the concepts or parameters and their domains (min/max values),
- References to XEN Smart Contracts descriptions (“Lite Papers”),
- Current connection status of Blockchain RPC interfaces,
- Other Blockchain-related data provided by select 3rd party providers,
- Information about new and upcoming developments of XEN Network, including the expected time of deployment of current or new XEN Smart Contract(s) on particular Blockchains,
- Link to social resources provided by XEN Network and/or its community
UsersXEN Network website is a DApp (decentralized app), and as such does not have or provide any database where user accounts or other user-related information is stored. It could be described as the thinnest possible UI (user interface) layer between you and XEN Smart Contracts deployed on Blockchains. Accordingly, there’s no concept of User account within the realm of XEN Network. We don’t collect / store / process / transfer or otherwise deal with any information related to you. XEN Network doesn’t have access to User Wallet(s) and sensitive information contained in it (pass phrase, private key(s)), except as per standardized Wallet interfaces (Call, SignTransaction, SignMessage, SendRawTransaction, etc.). The only information exposed by the Wallet to XEN Network is the currently active User account (you could have a number of accounts in the Wallet, but only one is typically selected as ‘current’ account – submitted transactions will be signed by the private key corresponding to that account).
XEN Smart ContractsXEN Smart Contracts are developed and deployed by XEN Network on supported Blockchains. They provide functionality as described by their respective Lite Papers or White Papers (the latter assumes more in-depth, technical description). For Ethereum Blockchain XEN Smart Contracts are written in Solidity language. XEN Smart Contracts have open code and are published under permissive MIT open-source license. Code could be accessed on GitHub public repo at https://github.com/FairCrypto/XEN-crypto. The Community of Users is encouraged to scrutinize the code, look for logical errors, bugs, discrepancies between the code and logic described in Lite Papers, and edge cases and suggest changes to the XEN Smart Contracts that are currently under development, and to immediately report / make public any such discoveries. All XEN Smart Contracts feature the same principles, including but not limited to:
- No admin/management keys, or special accounts*,
- No backdoors,
- No whitelists / blacklists,
- No privileges for founders / creators / developers,
- No initial allocation of resources (Tokens or similar),
- No treasury accounts (XEN Smart Contracts don’t hold Tokens that they issue),
- Immutable, non-upgradeable, non-pausable code.
* - except for a limited amount of one-off maintenance tasks, like setting up a Trusted Forwarder contractThe consequence of following these principles, especially the last one, is that once the contracts are deployed on the target Blockchain(s), their code cannot be changed. This means (on the positive side) that no-one can interfere in Contracts’ operation once they are deployed - not developers or admins or anyone. All State change after deployment is via designed and documented Contract Protocol. This also means (on the negative side) that in case a flaw/bug/exploit is discovered in the Contract’s code it could have devastating effects as to the information stored in the XEN Smart Contract State, without any direct mitigation possibilities. That’s the calculated risk taken by XEN Network, which all Users should be aware of. In order to minimize the possibility of such an event, in addition to publicly-open source code, XEN Smart Contracts code is subjected to rigorous audit by one or several of the global leaders in the subject matter. All steps and results of the audit are made public for all Users and other interested parties. XEN Network Users are strongly encouraged to do their own research before using XEN Network web app and/or interacting with XEN Smart Contracts.
Asynchronous Nature and Other Important Properties of BlockchainsThe public, decentralized and therefore generally unrestricted access to storing and reading data to and from Blockchains comes with a lot of advantages as compared to centralized, owned, controlled and regulated databases of Web 1.0 and Web 2.0 epochs. One of the most important property of Blockchains is their highly asynchronous nature, meaning that the time interval from the moment of clicking ‘Submit’ / ‘Send’ Transaction button on User’s Wallet and to the moment this Transaction is recorded on the Blockchain could not be predicted, and could be anything from the selected Blockchain’s block time (regular interval between blocks of transactions) and up to hours and days of waiting for the Transaction to be validated, approved, included in Blockchain’s block and the Blockchain State to be changed accordingly. Factors that could potentially delay User’s Transaction include but are not limited to the following:
- General Internet outages, where Transaction cannot be submitted to Blockchain RPC or relayed to the Blockchain Nodes,
- Blockchain RPC(s) being busy/unresponsive/down,
- Blockchain itself could be temporarily congested (more Transactions are submitted by Users than blocks can fit),
- Transaction is underpriced (in that case though it could be part of the Blockchain internal mempool, Nodes would be preferring and picking up Transactions with better economic rewards for them),
Users are advised that situations similar to the described above are inherent to the Blockchains and are outside of direct or indirect control or influence of XEN Network.
Users are encouraged to take into account the described specific properties of Blockchains before interacting with XEN Network and/or XEN Smart Contracts.
Third PartiesApart from Blockchain and its Nodes, XEN Network operation relies on several critical and auxiliary service providers (“Third Parties”), including but not limited to:
- Registrar of domain ‘XEN network’ and others used by XEN Network (e.g. Amazon, Google, GoDaddy, etc.),
- Hosting provider of https://xen,network web app (e.g. Amazon, Vercel, etc.),
- RPC Interface providers for each Blockchain (e.g. Infura, Alchemy, QuickNode, etc.),
- User Wallets (e.g. MetaMask, Rainbow, Trust, Coinbase Wallet, Ledger, etc.),
- Wallet connectors (middleware between the web app/native app and the Wallet app) (e.g. WalletConnect),
- Generally-available operational analytics / logging platforms (Google Analytics, MixPanel, Sentry, etc.).
Users are advised that XEN Network cannot guarantee general availability or any of service levels, performance metrics, expectations, etc. due to its reliance on Third Parties.
Users are advised to take that information into consideration before interacting with XEN Network and/or XEN Smart Contracts.
Alternative FrontendsXEN Network’s mission is to be the place to go when it comes to interaction with XEN Smart Contract, however, XEN Network acknowledges that other parties could provide the similar access. Since all details related to XEN Smart Contracts are open to the public, nothing prevents any developer from building and launching an alternate frontend (website, web app or native app). While XEN Network doesn’t directly endorse any such endeavor, they could potentially help XEN Network community of Users in case original XEN Network frontend connectivity is temporarily adversely impacted. As an example (not an endorsement), popular Ethereum Blockchain trackers such as Etherscan provide the ability to read from Smart Contracts and call their interface directly via built-in tool (provided the Smart Contract code is loaded and verified).
Users should be advised that in any case of having to use an alternate frontend, they have to take extreme precaution to verify that the addresses that their transactions are being directed to are in fact the original ones of XEN Smart Contracts. In case of doubt Users are encouraged to reach out to XEN Network staff or community for such verification.
In no case XEN Network could be responsible or held liable for the actions of any Third Party, including any alternative frontends.
Illegal Use and AbuseThe following actions are not permitted by XEN Network Users:
- Preventing Transactions submitted by XEN Network Users from reaching designated Blockchain network Nodes,
- Disrupting the operation of official XEN Network web properties, including but not limited to subjecting them to DDoS attacks, etc.,
- Changing the code of official XEN Network website / web app / native apps, as the case might be, fully or partially,
- Engage in activity directed at theft, disclosure or any other illegal use of any of the Users’ private information, including but not limited to Wallet pass-phrase, Wallet password, private key, or any of the personal identifiable information (PII) protected by the laws of United States or User country of residence,
- Infringe copyrights held by XEN Network and/or its affiliates,
- Assaulting in any way any of XEN Network staff, officers, shareholders, owners, operators, community members,
- Use XEN Network and XEN Smart Contracts for activity directed at sponsoring terrorist activities and terrorism, as well as money laundering,
- Perform any other action(s) that are illegal and/or violates any United States laws, or laws of the User’s country of residence,
IndemnificationBy agreeing to these Terms and accessing the Service, you agree, to the fullest extent permitted by applicable law, to indemnify, defend, and hold harmless XEN Network, and our respective past, present, and future employees, officers, directors, contractors, consultants, equity holders, suppliers, vendors, service providers, parent companies, subsidiaries, affiliates, agents, representatives, predecessors, successors, and assigns (individually and collectively, the “XEN Network Parties”), from and against all actual or alleged claims, damages, awards, judgments, losses, liabilities, obligations, taxes, penalties, interest, fees, expenses (including, without limitation, attorneys’ fees and expenses), and costs (including, without limitation, court costs, costs of settlement, and costs of pursuing indemnification and insurance), of every kind and nature whatsoever, whether known or unknown, foreseen or unforeseen, matured or unmatured, or suspected or unsuspected, in law or equity, whether in tort, contract, or otherwise (collectively, “Claims”), including, but not limited to, damages to property or personal injury, that are caused by, arise out of or are related to (a) your use or misuse of the Service, Tokens, NFTs, or content linked to or associated with any NFTs (b) any Feedback you provide, (c) your violation or breach of any term of these Terms or applicable law, and (d) your violation of the rights of or obligations to a third party, including another user or third-party, and (e) your negligence or wilful misconduct. You agree to promptly notify XEN Network of any Claims and cooperate with the XEN Network Parties in defending such Claims. You further agree that the XEN Network Parties shall have control of the defense or settlement of any Claims. THIS INDEMNITY IS IN ADDITION TO, AND NOT IN LIEU OF, ANY OTHER INDEMNITIES SET FORTH IN A WRITTEN AGREEMENT BETWEEN YOU AND XEN NETWORK.
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Some jurisdictions do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages, so the above limitation or exclusion may not apply to you. Some jurisdictions also limit disclaimers or limitations of liability for personal injury from consumer products, so this limitation may not apply to personal injury claims.
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